It was rare to see such a bird wild and not behind cages. The bird was interested in the parked vehicle, seemingly trying to figure out how to get inside. It looked a little dejected not finding a way in.
Another rare sighting was the positive signage on a nearby driveway (pictured at bottom). Looks like children were trying to cheer up us walkers going by.
This pandemic pest, the COVID-19, and similar yet to be discovered viruses, seem to fit the bill.
Maybe there is a chance, if we ban together and set our sights more on killing what the naked eye can't see instead going to war with one another, sunnier days could be ahead.
Meanwhile, down a puddly path in Vancouver, residents made it loud and clear they appreciate all the essential workers that are seeing us through. They are our rainbows! This is what it was (and is) like to walk down a normally quiet residential street in Vancouver at 7 p.m. Check it out!
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This post will also later be linked to Saturday's Critters HERE.
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